Time running out for other countries to step up efforts to restore democracy and prevent a broader conflict in Myanmar, says Michelle Bachelet.
The telecom giant has booked massive financial losses in a country marred by a military coup and street protests.
The military's brutal crackdown post-coup has been aided by an arsenal of surveillance and data extraction tools sourced from Western firms.
Rights group says the social media giant breaches own policies in Myanmar and earlier promised to take down content that incites violence against protesters.
Security forces backed by armoured vehicles clash with a newly formed resistance group in the second-biggest city of Mandalay, resulting in at least six casualties, authorities and military sources say.
The United Nations General Assembly has called for a stop to the flow of arms to Myanmar and urged the military to respect November election results and release political detainees, including leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
Indian authorities are keeping close watch on pro-democracy fighters who fled Myanmar to join around 16,000 refugees, to ensure they do not start training camps in Mizoram, Manipur and Nagaland.
Myanmar military is fighting ill-armed volunteers, aligned with anti-coup lawmakers, in Kayah State near the Thai border, with locals accusing the army of firing artillery shells that landed near villages.
Recent clashes and "indiscriminate attacks by security forces against civilian areas" have forced the population to flee their homes in eastern Kayah state near the Thai border, the international body's Myanmar office says.
Clashes broke out at Hlayswe, some 150 kilometres northwest of the main city of Yangon, when soldiers said they had come to search for weapons, according to local media reports.
The fighting at Muse, one of the main crossing points to China, is the latest to hit Myanmar since the coup led to an upsurge of conflict with insurgent groups in border regions.
New designation means anyone including journalists speaking to lawmakers and politicians ousted in a February coup can be subjected to charges under counter-terrorism laws.
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